, Volume 1, Issue 4, pp 165–171 | Cite as

The effect of rotating fields in magnetic resonance

  • N D Sen Gupta


The phenomenon of magnetic resonance is studied by considering the transverse oscillatory field as superposition of two oppositely rotating fields. One of the rotating fields is taken as strong and the other relatively weak.


Magnetic resonance rotating magnetic field Bloch-Siegert shift 


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Authors and Affiliations

  • N D Sen Gupta
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  1. 1.Tata Institute of Fundamental ResearchBombay

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